Department Chair and Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Dispute Resolution and Counseling
Ph.D., University of North Texas
SMU - East Campus
6116 N. Central Expressway, Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75206
Dr. Greta Davis is a counselor educator, career counselor, and executive coach with 19 years experience in career development providing services to individual clients, organizations, academic institutions, and the federal government. Dr. Davis teaches career counseling, research and statistics courses as Clinical Assistant Professor in SMU’s Department of Dispute Resolution and Counseling. She also maintains a small contract-based, private practice providing career counseling, assessment, and executive coaching services. She helps clients with career related issues such as complex career decision-making, planned and unplanned career transitions, work/life balance, leadership development, stress management, job search, resume writing and interviewing skills, retirement, and more. As an executive coach, she assists senior executives and mid-level managers identify and address development needs and translate skills and competencies into actionable plans to benefit organizations and advance their careers. She is an expert administrator of assessments such as the Strong Interest Inventory®, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®, and StrengthsFinder as well as the Hogan assessments and a variety of 360º assessment tools. Dr. Davis develops and provides numerous workshops and is a frequent speaker at professional counseling conferences and workshops at local, state, and national meetings and delivers presentations on all facets of career development.
Dr. Davis earned a Ph.D. in Counseling with a specialization in career counseling and development from the University of North Texas and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas with a Supervision credential (LPC-S), a Board Certified Counselor (NCC), a Certified Career Counselor (CCC), and a Master Career Counselor (MCC) as designated by the National Career Development Association. She is the 2009 recipient of the Texas Career Development Association Outstanding Career Practitioner Award, the highest career counseling recognition in Texas awarded for providing high quality service to individuals, developing innovative programs, and contributing significantly to the advancement of career development.